Hand drum (pinyin: shǒu gǔ) is a mixed-membrane sounding instrument of the Uyghur and Uzbeks. It has a long history and has long appeared in Dunhuang and Northern Wei murals from the fourth to sixth centuries. popular in Xinjiang.


  • Pinyin:shǒu gǔ
  • type:打击乐器
  • foreign name:Tambourine (dap)
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Zheng Yu, Chinese young percussion player, director of PAS World Percussion Art Association, winner of Wenhua Award, and winner of the highest award of Osaka International Music Competition in Japan.
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In the morning and evening homework and daily Buddhist affairs, there are several kinds of instruments that are commonly used. The postures used can be summarized as follows: the chime is drawn to the mouth, the wooden fish is put together, the pan is facing the face, the hafnium is flat-chested, and the hand drum is holding the moon.
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Tambourine is a large category of drums and is a percussion instrument. Different regions and ethnic groups have different names and slightly different production methods, among which the most typical Uyghur dab. Many countries in the Middle East and Central Asia have their own tambourine instruments.
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